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Title: Everglades News
Uniform Title: Everglades News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Belle Glade ; Canal Point, Fla.
Publication Date: September 13, 1946
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079910
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"The Truly' Dsfm, uished Mind

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FRIDAY

September 13, 1946 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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SgangaO'Connell Weeks And Rabin Another G.'owing- Season

New Belle Glade
Miss Mary Barbara O'Connell, I
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Frank City Councilmen
O'Connell of Canal Point, and Starts Iii Glades AreaI
Francis Thomas Sganga, Jr., son In the annual city election held
of Mr and Mrs. Francis Thomas
in Belle Glade on Tuesday of this I I
Sganga, Sr., of Brooklyn. N. Y.,
week, W. W. (Billy) Weeks and I
Farming activities in the Lake
WEre united in marriage on Saturday i 42 Ne\v Street
Sept. 7, at 8 p. m. in St.I I I Harold Rabin were chosen a.s cOUncilmen Hey Tells Lions Lights Okeechobte area are starting to
Mary's Catholic church, Pahoke to succeed Little Doc Van Going Up In Pahokee hum with growers turning the soil
Father Peter Rylie of Clewiston Landingham and C. W, lcDonald Of Grid Outlook of vast acreages in preparation for
officiated who did not offer for reelection.In the growing of another "record
at the rouble ring Florida Power and Light company -
it three man breaking" fall and winter of
'. Group one was a crop
ceremon) workmen are busy this week
The church altar banked wit race with Mr. Weeks garnering PahoXt'e School Blue Glades vegetables
The High erecting 42 new street lights in Pa-
fern and chrysanthemums, was I I 167 votes while George Scarboro Devil football team will be OU- hokee. They should complete the Celery growers have been setting -
lighted with candelabra aringI received 71 and Walter Greeer 83. job not later than the first of the : plants since the last of Au-
In Group Two Mr. Rabin was opposed weighed by practically all of its I I the of for the
white tapers. Jasper Reed, \'ocal week. 1Ir. deMoya of the power gust cutting spuds
soloist and Mrs. Dorothy Graham, by E. C. Knapp who receives opponents this coming season and company is hopeful that the lights fall potato crop is well under way
organist, presented a program of 85 whileMr Rabin received 228. will have to rely mainly on speed can be turned on for the first time and large growers are already
nuptial music preceding the ceremony Holdover members of the council to win any contests in its tough by Saturday night. "pouring the bean seed into the
which was concluded with] are: Mayor, George Taylor, Lee. 10- ame schedule, according to The street will be lighted ironBoe's I muck" Expensive labor, materials
the traditional wedding march Puckett and D. C. DeHaven. Coach CI'de Alley in a talk befor and other incidentals in the overall -
all the way into the heart of I
.. Pahokee Lions at their Tuesday cost of growing a are
Given in marriage by her father, ; the city, it was pointed out. There I crop
the bride wore a wedding gown of r luncheon meeting. The gpeaker will also be five street :fights on making many a farmer cautious
imported white embroidered organdy 26 Pet. Increase In also told of the squad's preseason South Main street-from ola's about planting too early, knowing
activities at Lake Osborne do that is ordi-
with a tight fitting bodice training store to the ban park. Several as they September
.. and a matching half hat to which and felt that he would have thebo's narily the month of stormy weather -
of the will
Enrollment At new lights go up on
in condition for in this section and their
physical
was attached a shirred finger til good Barfield highway and some in the crops
net veil She carried an old-fash- their opener with Ponce de Leon iniami colored section. can be easily flooded out in a few
coned bouquet of pink rosebuds: PahokeeSchools ; on Sept. 21 -.-- hours of tropical rain.
and stephanotis. Rupert Mock reported that the Drag lines have been busy aU
Miss Ann O'Connell, sister of overhead lighting system is being SecondVPOGroup summer digging ditches for the improvement -
the bride and maid of honor, wore Pahokee Schools opened Monday i i4stalled at the city baseball park of drainage and Irrigation
a rage crepe dinner gown and for the serious work of study \\1tn and the diamond will soon be ready facilities on many farms
tad pink rose bud in her hair, an enrollment of 610 students, s for night games. A Lions District Formed In Hialeah Friend and Son and Grady Boyn-
The bride' mother wore an aqua whopping Increase of nearly 26 Nine zone meeting at the Pahokt'e ton art Installing huge culverts '
crepe print frock \\ith'white accessories per cent over the 525 enrollment clubhouse on Sunday, Sept. lS, at under Conner's Highway connect-
and a corsage of yellow on the first day of school last year, :30 p. m.. was announced. I The Pahokee Veterans Progressive ing their farm drainage systems
stephanotis and the bridegroom's according to Principal ). D. Cau- Lewell Garrison, new high school Organization at a meeting in with the West Palm Beach Canal
mother, a rose crepe frock with dill. assistant coach, was received asr ; the city hall Monday night discussed which has already become too
white accessories and a corsage of The sharp increase in enrollment new member through transfer of plans for sending several dele small to efficiently carry off the-
necessitated the appointment on card from Kentucky gates to the VPO State Convention
white uters. membership flood waters from the vast farm
Mr. Sganga. Sr", was his son's Tuesday of an additional member Rev, C. T Howes, pastor of the which is to be held in Hialeah on development along Conners JUgh-
but man Ray Hawk, Jr., cousin to; the high school faculty, Miss Pahokee Methodist Church, spoke Sept. 23 and 24 for the purpose of I:way during excessively wet wtalber -
of the bride and Jasper Reed acted Ann Major, mathematics and briefly, organizing \'PO en a statewide ,
81 ushers. English instructor. Previous last . scale. i Indications at present are that
Following the ceremony a rev minute appointments of Mrs. Mary lVew Bridge Complete Claude S. Jones gave a report the Glades celery acreage will be
rtption was held at the home of Moose as high school librarian, on the VPO organization meeting slightly smaller than it was last
the bride's parenb. Assisting in Mrs, Lula Pope as third grade On Muck City Road which he attended recently In Hi- rear and the potato acreage will
the entertaining were Mrs. Ray teacher and Mrs W. P. Jernigan aleah. The Hialeah group used the be larger, inasmuch as the potato
Hawk, Mrs Frank Seabrook and as first grade teacher now make The new bridge on Muck City Pahokee VPO constitution and bylaws crop in this section last year was
1Ir!!. 1. W. Knight. The ser- the faculty at Pahoke Schools road leading to Streamline was in its organization procedure a big money maker. There is not
wing table was beautifully decorated complete, Mr. CaudiU said. finished the latter part of the and is the second official \TO unit expectt"d to be much change in the
with a hand crocheted tablecloth The enrollment by grades: First week, according to County Commissioner to be organized in the State. Mr. last year's acreage of beans, peas,
and a centerpiece of white grade, 66; second grade, 60; third Paul Rardin. An entirely Jones said the Hialeah veteran ''abbaage.and other crop. W. II
chrysanthemums and was lighted I grade, 53; fourth grade, 56; fifth'rude. new bridge was constructe.1 expresst'd great enthusiasm for Jones of Jones Brothers Farm
with white candelabra. The three I 48; sixth grade, 51: seventh Rardin said, after it was found "PO aims but prefers the name of i plans to.grow 100 acres of lettuce
tiered wedding cake was topped I grade, 72; eighth grade, 69: ninth that the old one was beyond rev teran.l Political Organization to this coming winter and 11 accordngly .
with a miniature bride and room, ; grade, 58; tenth grade, H; eleventh rair. The bridge was built accordrg the one adopted by the Pahokee'group. reducing his normal acreage
The bride b a graduate of Pa- grade, 47: twelfth grade, 39 to rules laid down by Rardi ; Such differences of opinion of beans.It .
hokte high school and atttnd ... when he took over as commission- will be worked out at the state is too early yet to predict the
Florida State College for Women Canal Point School fr-a11 decking out of three by convention ,according to Jones.J. labor situation in the Glades this
at Tallahassee and Chapel Hill in fights and aU runners out of like H. Wilkinson, Jr.. Herbert l'eason but it Is relatively safe to
North Carolina before Joining the Enrollment Is Up teriat. Many county bridges Thorneberr, Paul Collier and ay the farmer will "pay through
tn'irf' She received her discharge -: have been built and several are Pete Peterson were named by Pres- his nose" for what work he b able
from WAC with the rank The enrollment at the Canal now under construction in the Pat lent Howard Holman on a ways to get done by "hlt and miss" day
of sergeant In June after seeing I Point Elementary School at the okee-Canal Point territory, the and means committee to plan \TO labor. The farmer is also finding
two years in the army and plans bt ginning of classroom work Mon, commissioner said. work for the coming year. The '\ ome material scarcer than they
to attend Long Island Universits' I day morning was 128 pupils, a __- -- .. ----- group adopted the new \TO em- 'I were during the war. Celery grow-
in February.Mr. slight increase over the 9Choot's Jack Phillips Opens blem presented at the meeting for frs who depend on nitrate of soda
tanga. Jr., is a ,graduate enrollment on the same date last in.pt'ction;; and approval.convention : for getting their seed beds off to
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of Brooklyn high school and served )ear, according to 3lrs, Wilma Triangle Restaurant a good start are finding there
three years as a technician, I Lenee, principal.In PlansIre "ain't no soda" to be found in the
with two years of overseas duty.He I the first grade were 22 pupils; The TrainJlt' Restaurant in Can- I 'II hate of Florida. Potash ill another
is a student at the Medical : stcond grade. 2t; third, 23; tourtn, al I Point Is open and ready for busint'ss Being Pushed i tertililt'r material that Is being
School of Long bland Universit 1 2.: fifth, 19: sixth, 13. this wt'tk. It is under tile I allotted, with most fertilizer rom.panit'S .
Out of town guests included the I --- ..... proprietor hip of Jack A. Phillips, j jformt'r Roy Segree general chairman of in the state refusing to mix
bridtnoom's parents and his sister -I ,FGISTR.ITION BOOKS SOW employee at the Pahokee the coming convention of Nationcl'eague any fertilizer formula with a potuh -
Teddy Casper of Brooklyn, : IS TilE PRECINCTS post offict' 3lr., Phillips has aattracth'e :\ I ot Fresh Fruit and \"tge- content of more than 12 per
3lr., and 11rs. Frank tabrook and : plact' It b furnished ; able Distributors to bfo held In rent.
J R. t'abrook of Jurittr Ur. : County registration boob are \\ith all new equipment and excel- Palm Beach early In 1947, said \\'hat'l coming) next to keep mE'
and 1Irs. John Kirk of West Palm now in the precincts and will remain It'nt food is promised by the proprittor. )''esttrda that plans are shaping: wake nights'" asks the Glades
Beach.After'. ; there until the first day of Jack extends a cordial In- up nicely for the con\'tnUon. : farmtr u ht turns over another
the reception 3lr., and : Octobfr when they will be returns station to his many friends to A meeting of all convention ('om.mittets 1,000 acres of muck.
Mrs. Sganga, Jr., left on their to the supen'isor's office inVest drop in and see him at hb new 10ution wu held Tuesday of this -.-.-- . ...---
honeymoon for West Palm Beach I Palm Beach. Anyone not in the packing house dictrict I Ief week and arrangements temporariprefected i Elmer B. Elliott enrolled 'n1tt-
attired in blue denim trousers and I gistered' and who wishes to \'otein Canal Point. I. I)' tQ care for 1504 er ay at Florida Military, Academy,
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red checkered shirts with accessories the November election should I Iregisttr I ILegion lore delegates from throughout S1. Pftertbur He was attompanitd -
to match. They rode away noIn Canal Point; the Group To i Amtrica. The ronnnUon will bt there ty his mother. Yrt.B. .
in a Model A pickup truck with a boob are at the drug store and held at Ue B.ltmort Hotel in I. Elliott and by Yn. Jf Kahn
couple cif bleydes stowed away In I I in Pahoktt they are at Judge LarI )Ieet Monday Night : Palm Beach. 3lr., Stgrtt u1d. Big 1..to visited her JOl1 Alfred, who
the back. They intend to make I "mores' oWe I n&mt bands, name singers and out. : tnroUtd at nlA last wtf-k.
their home In BrookJ)11. . Fred and Percy Mansfield Post .Landing entertainment II being -- .--
.. Henly Foster, Sebring, WI 3 00, American Legion will conduct .dltdultd for the big e\.ttt. SptCial The hurt flying boat Howard
Sam D. Bluer and M. Smith cfNocattf guest last weekend of Mr. and Mrs.ee a meeting In the Pahoktt'omAn" entertainment Lt being planned }fur t' 11 UltmUlr.r in C&11forn1Ahu
were visitors in the Glades Kimball and daughter, Miss Club building on fonday Sfpt. 16. tor the many ,,'omtn'bo art fII \\1r.rJP"ad of 20 feet IonfI -
ana cn Wt\nt.da of tb week. U11i&n Kimball, at Bryant at S:30 p. m. I I peded to attend ttt jn'mUtn. tf than a foott.tJ1 f1tld.Esfa6fished .



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The Everglades New, Canal Point, Florida Friday, September 13, 19tG
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THE EVERGLADES NEWS Mrs. 'Vilev Tillis I

Heads 84S' Circle BERRY FUNERAL HOME I
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region

Established 1924 Published Every Friday Mrs. Wile)' Tillis was elected I

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance chairman of the Business Woman's Ambulance Service : i
Circle First Baptist WMU, at a
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office ,

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter. Yin meeting Un\\n at Tuesday the home evening.of Mrs. Marv Mrs. Pahokee Ph. 2301 Belle Glade Ph. 247 i iI ii iI ii

Paul Rardin Editor and Publisher Horace chairman Unwin was and elected rrs. D.program W.- I I i

Young wu reelected secretary-
Route To Lower Prices treasurer. The group voted to
in the installation ot
"Manufacturel'8 generally indicate they do not want to participate I
officers of the church to be held in i : I II
price themselves out of a market and believe that competition the fellowship hall with a covered I
will soon become an important factor in controlling; dish supper on the night of S pt. I '
prices." 23 : !
This was a significant paragraph in a report published It was also voted to furnish s The Farming
this week by the magazine Steel, following :1 survey of near fall wardrobe for Miss DQrothy i
ly 300 making products that ran from electric toasters to Thompson the local WMU's pro- ,
locomotives. The survey was significant because steel is a I tege at the Baptist Children's :
Home in Arcadia. Mrs. Roland
basic industry and the pricing plans of industries related tit Long and Mrs. Catherine Baldwin : Season ,
have a great deal to do with price trends in other fields. were welcomed as new members !
\Ve call attention to the paragraph in question because i it Mrs. O. O. Gilbert presided at the I II I
represents an idea that the advocates of continuing govern business session.A .
ment economic controls never think of. It never occurs to program on "Religion in IS NOW APPROACHING. WE ARE j! I
the OPA people that the nation's industry ig just ag anxious Neighbor Nations" was presented
to avoid further inflation as anybody in the goyernment by Mrs. Homer Barnes, program READY WITH OUR FARM ARES
could be. It never sinks in on OPA advocates that full pro chairman. Taking part with talks : .

duction, plus competition, is the only possible route to lower on rrs.the D.11'subject. Young were Mrs.Mrs.C.W.A.Tillis Mo., f

prices.-Knoxville Journal. berg Mrs. C. R.Wroten and Mrs.M .
Un\\in Mrs W. M. DuBose wu
War Bride Biscuits in charge of the devotionals and Indications are bright that eve will
The way to even :1 brave man's heart is via his stomach lrs. J. Wilkinson, Jr", assisted I
In the South it's paved with biscuits, and an occasional freshments.the hostess in the s\rving of reo have a busy fall season in the farming -

stretch of cornbread. ...
The Nashville-Davldson county chapter of the American) ,I business. Fal'lnerS'ill be need-
Red Cross is performing a useful function in the interest of Roy Iautz Honored .
peace and human welfare by teaching war brides to cook Upon Return Home ing Seeds, Fertilizers, Insecticides,
What is more, it accents biscuits and cornbread-on which
it may be said to the everlasting credit of a region with sense Mr. and Mrs. Y. J. Frasure Jr.. I and Tools. Most of our supplies are
in its head and taste in its palate, Southern heroes like unto entertained this week with a I
the husbands of these hare been raised generation by gen- \\iener roast and watermelon feast I no\r reaching our \\'al'ehouse. To be
eration. honoring Warrant Officer Roy
This ig getting down to fund3mentals. As a matter of Kautz upon his return home from I sure you are not caught napping bet-
in the Pacific area.
overseas duty
otherwise doomed to a biscuitless or corn
fact, to
breadless anyone table, it's a form of disaster relief, and we salute Other Connell guests,were Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and Herman [rs.Lorenzo -. ter see us noand place your Ol'lel'S.KILGORE .

those who thought ot it.-Xash\'iUe Banner Kautz Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Frasure, Mr. and Irs. Y. J.Frasurf .
Test Of Respect Sr., Mr. and Irs. Hughes I
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Johnson. -
Frasure
In the quarters of a certain Mohammedan trader, visitor
discovered a handsome copy of the Bible printed in English firs.. Mr. and Kautz Mrs. and George Uncle Johnson Tom, H
Roy
Knowing that his host could neither read nor write in that Campbell. ( SEED(( CO. i iI

language. the visitor inquired why it was kept there.
"When a new trader with whom I have had no previous I
dealings comes to me, I put this book in his war," said the Classified AdsWnWWuWfl Pahokee Belle Glade I

owner of the \'olume. "If he handles it with care and respect Phone 3201 Phone 106 :
I feel that I can trust him. nut if he casts it aside with a
sneer or a curse, I will have nothing to do with him.- I
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SEI..W; tanks and grease traps
Science Monitor.Prince.
Christian cleaned and repaired. Phone '
Bob Douthit, Pahokee. M17c'FoIi I'I'3Si2 '
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1VJw.'WJl l\J.Ilm" S.\LE: Fine display of Ness 1 '
and reconditioned trailers. Small I
down payment balance like rent i
Theatre We have three lots and carry nSeventyfive Bet ner's has been a
thousand doll a r s
stock, we surely can solve your HOME TRADE NAME
Pahokee, Florida housing problem, Arthur Trailer I': :
Sales, East main St. Pahokee
TllunSDA AND FIIDAYsEt'TEMIwR Open from 10 a. m. t.o 9 p. m. for a Quarter of a :
daily including Sunda)'. tfch
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WORK lt.\ for '; yard Century .

; Y. unit dragline. R. W. Sales, Lake \re have hundreds of patrons who do moat if t
Deli\'ef '. S20p
Placid, Fla., Gen. )
dwi54k ; 7' / rand" FOR S.\LFr-one TD'Six International not an their trading with our store, in the lines i
'. If to the community, we i
Crawler also one T Si we carr you are new
.'it... first class mechanical condition invite you also to come and get acquainted and ,

( Hull Packing Company Phone S20ch make this your trading spot. I It
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inert [ FOR RENT: 320 acres in Se 10,,
also 580 acres in Sec. 1, beth in I POWER PUMPS :
GOULD
/ovII1i4 ; ( Twp 43, range 31, Fast Shire
fwAen I Drainage District excellent dram-
age see J. L. Brackin opposite
IN/i374(7I1i : Everglades Migratory camp or A. for Domestic and Farm u es. These are sturdy and
I1ITA"I /1iirh ,N. Kenney Geneseo, N. Y. S13c effective service giving unit5. Those who have
I I used them, like them.
lI ,W.ED: White woman to do
light house work and cart for Just received a special delivery of Aluminum
I baby, will provide room and board Some of the niftiest
and Enamel cooking ware.
WAPN a ;and .9J.lary. Irs. M. I. Keen, phone
2351. Pahokee. S13pd roasters and pans you ever saw.
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TO- Tin: OWNERS of 1945 Pahokee Have some flat galvanized sheets, good for
Annuals. I have misplaced flashing work, and an types of home and farm ,
mme It yours hag Bette Pickett's i hardware. :
name in front please inform. Call
2051 or 550. Pahok SI3ch i i'e are providing more shelving for the mail

1'01 S.\U: For sale or rent : of merchandise arriving in our store. Po'ar
house trailer can be seen at ; goods arriving in generous amounts. Something
Burch Trailer lot in Pabokte. C. EoHwkf'ftoon. ;. for you in the lots.
I pI rut eufefwd a aff
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Swain Grocery I
ww.w..w.a... !Glade S13pd. II I Mrwv.M r
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nm .1 '1.\1J4 down payment and Ii' '
ALSO f 125:; per week you can buy a i' UETZNEIt.S
600x16 Goodrich Tlre. }lender!o.
NEW. EXCITING ISSUE Texaco Sense Station, Pah kee. I, !;
'f Phone 3..1. SZ1ch
THE IIARU'\"ARE STORE

".:\TOI POVEU"1fl _ nUt S.\U: l-CoUon Felt Mat. I MAIN STREET BELLE GLADE, FI.It ..;\. ;
trtM. For double Bed good a.s {
New also one Folding Bed Price It 1
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'Canal Point PTA Stuckey Goes T ---I l Pahokee Methodists I ing of the Board of Stewards.At .

Has First Fall Meet Washington In Behalf Plan Full Day from Pahokee the evening who service attended those the

Of State Growers Methodist Young People's Assemb-
The first fall meeting of the A full day of interesting activities lies held recently in Lakeland will

Canal Point PTA was held WedS I L. L. StuCky;;!Pahokee, State is scheduled for Sunday at the present a special program. This

nesday afternoon with the president Chairman of the Florida Vegetable Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cooper of Pa- Pahokee Methodist Church. I groups includes the Misses Nell

Mrs. C. H. Jones pre.siding.1lrs. I Commission left Sunday for Wash- hokee announce the birth of twins At the morning service Rev. C. Howe. Lucille Rogers Helen

Japes reported to the mem- ington, D. C.. to carry out Instructions a daughter Wilma Ilene, and a T Howts, pastor, will deliver aI I Howes Laurie Rogers Joy Pad-

bers that the lunch room will 00 received at a recent meet- son, Seth Eugene, at the Ever- sermon on "A Good Man," following gette and Barbara Wroten, Re,'. C.

managed this term by 3Irs. 1. ItDixon. I ing in Clewis ton when vegetable glades Memorial Hospital on Sept. which a church fellowship din- T. Howes Eddie Stanley, Frank

In an effort to enlarge growers' needs in South Florida 6. ner will be held on the lawn. Lloyd Roulle, Jr., and Thomas Howts. '

membership of the organization and the Everglades were discusstd.rr. Mr. and MI'9. Ernest A. Lindroseof Hundley, C. C. Cruthird J. A. Du- ...

Mrs. Jones urged the room mothers Stuckey stated that he had Pahokee announce the? birth of aI I lany and T. 1. Bums will be in Mr. and Irs. Walter G. Hun

to make an effort to secure two main points on his program daughter, Helen Inez at the Ever- charge of dinner arrangements. have returned from a brief visit in

new members. The October meeting to try to clear up at the meeting glades Memorial Hospital on Sept. After dinner there will be a meet- I Boston, Mass.
will be held Oct. 14 at 8 in Washington. First, to work out 9.

o'clock in the evening. It was I kind of labor h __ _u .
some a permanent Mr. and Mrs. Urban S. Felsingof ---- -

thought by members that an even- program for the Everglades in pai' Chosen announce the birth of I

ing meeting might bring out a ticular and Florida In general. a son, 1larl'n Daniel, at the II I

larger attendance of fathers. Dur- Second, to keep the OPA out of tha Everglades Memorial Hospital on I

ing the meeting the need for a vol- winter perishable vegetable deal. Sept. 6. "The. connecting link between employer !

untary leader for the 4-H Club Both problems have caused num- . I! .

girls work was emphasized. erous headaches among Florida CHURCH OF CHRIST, I employee"i
i
growers and a permanent policy SCIENTIST"SUBSTANCE" i ii

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF will clarify the situation. Labor is the subject i I ;
LANDOWNERS OF EAST BEACH costs, in addition to other high of the Lesson-Sermon which will

Notice DRAINAGE 11 hereby liven DISTRICT that pursuant COts of production, have been such be read in Churches of Christ, Helen R. Browning I

to call ot the Board ot Supervisors ot the last few years that total production Scientist, throughout the world on
East Beach Drainage District the an- costs have tended to con- Sunday, September 15.
dual meeting ot the landowners ot Personnel Service
East Beach Drainage District for the stantly outstrip market prices, Mr. The Golden Text is: "Wisdorn d I t
,year 946 will be held at the office ot Stuckey said. and knowledge shall be the sta- 1 I .
..Id blstr>ct In the Post Office Building . I
at Canal Po1nt. Palm Beach County. bility of thy times, and strength of
Florida on Friday, September 27, 19-16. IT'S A RAILROAD NOW : salvation: the tear of the Lord b Box 56 Phone 271W I, I
at 10:00: o'clock In the forenoon EAstern -
ot TALLAHASSEE The Florhh his treasure" (l9aiar 33:6): ), i
Standan! TIme for the purposes :
1. r ecting a Supenlsor for Division Railroad Commission has approved Among the citations which com- Belle Glade, Fla. i

2. Receiving 1 annual reports and transfer of all motor carrier ope- prise the Lesson-Sermon is the following -
taking such action with respect rating rights of the Seaboard Air from the Bible: "Now faith Register-No Charge I

thereto determine as: the and landowners may Line Railway Company to the new- is the substance of things hoped

3. Transacting such other business ly reorganized Seaboard Air Line for, the evidence of things not I
as may come before the meeting. Railroad Compan The Seaboard seen. Through faith we under- _
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
EAST BEACH DRAINAGE has ended its lengthly receivership, stand that the worlds were framed

DISTRICT and in its new corporate form Is by the word of God, so that things

Pub: Sept By: 6,13,1946 L. L. Stucke, President a "railroad" Instead of a "railway." which are seen were not made of !!. ,I I

things which do appear" (Hebr.
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11:1,3). Fine Clothes For
The Lesson-Sermon also includes HERBERT'S

the following passage from th Men and Women I

Christian Science textbook, "Sci- TAILORED TO MEASURE
ence and Health with Key to theScriptures"
Hare Your Ladies Clothes Tailored
by Mary Baker Eddy:

"Truth, Life, and Love are substance. By A Ian'g Tailor

as the Scriptures use thin
s4' word in Hebrews: 'The substance
AL BELCHER
of things hoped for, the evidence
.
of not seen' The
things spiritual
BOX 876 AHOKEE
universe, including individual man,

13 a compound idea, reflecting the

JIIATMAK8A divine substance of Spirit" (p.
8US/NISS 468:18-21.22-24.
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,, ,
Miss Lucille Rogers visited her I
II
HUN i\FMPFIAIUIF aunt, Mrs. Nell Wood in Fort I

Pierce over the weekend. :

Ilomogellize(1VitaiiiiiiD
IS TilE CIRCUIT COURT or TilE : i
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFLORID.
.\. IS AND FOR PALM I J1IIt.

Olive BEACH Col1tr... a Widow, :
Plaintiff, : In Equity. : ; Milk
\'s. : No. 22.252
,
Jonathan R. Holt et al. : I!, I Ii
I JII. amount 0' manor paid Out to prowld. DPtt'ndants. : I
.I.pltoll. Nle. I. incr.asia9 fosf.r tkaatk. NOTICE TO APPEAR i
TO' E. DONALD HOLT and 1 -0--0---
,.
omoeat yak.a j
IRENE ORUB."UOH HOLT his ,1ft.

2 "."P'OII. ..ral.... are ,.. I. oar Chicago 1066 West. Cook Catalpa County Street.Illinois: : I AVAILABLE AT YOUR

'i"o" RUBY ANDERSON a single unman. I 1
ETHr.L ANDERSON a single woman [ i GROCERY STORE

3 ........,. t.l.ph.. ..,.1.,s .re .u.It. GERTRUDE CLARENCE ANDERSON ANDERSON and his wife
,
Ie food ,.,.p.... Nlet. Rocktord. Wlnnebago County I -0--0-
Illinois: I

MARGARET ANDERSON LUHMAN
a widow 4U5 14th Street Northwest : I
Your Telephone Company is doing the largest Washington D. C.; i LFAI

volume of business in its GUSTAV NELSON and
history, yet telephone HILDA NELSON hIs Wife.Pelvldere. I
Boone Illinois
County : 1
earnings continue to decline. VICTOR FORSTDERO andFORSTBERG.
____ __.. his wife
(whose tint name Is unknown). ; !
The
reason is perfectly clear. Your telephone Bengstors. Dalsland. Sweden: and

Phone 20 Belle Glade Fla I II
rate has remained the same for r.mL' BJORKQVIST and ; ,
many
__ _____. BJORKQVIST. her husband I 'I
years while the costs of furnishing you telephone 1'b08f first name Is un- :. I
known). B1UInpton. Dalaland.Sweden. I
service have increased. Wages telephone 1 I II II
YOU AND EACH or YOU ARE HEREBY -
NOTIFIED that a suit hu been
materials, building costs, services, all rued In the above named Court by
Olive Colliver Plaintiff, against you. !I
..A have been going up so fast that- the tt'ndant.l above named. ant
against Jonathan R. Holt. Esther Creamer -

t', amcuat 0' mon.y paid Out to ;'". Holt. hb wife. Jonathan Richard
prow Holt a minor William CoIl1\'er Holt Boys & Gillis ::
.nlc. Is I.ereaslltf fader 'NI th..AOant a minor. Robert LInwood Ilolt a minorr
and New York Life Insurance Company
,..... 'II, Adwfy I.I.pko..oro- a New York corporation as trusteee I
for the purpose ot obtaining a declaratory -

I... today art h lowed In our kidpryl tltf.decree ownership with ot respect the to1101nl to the Plain-descrtbed I Get your Bicycle ready for school with a LtGGAGEII

real mate In Palm Beach .
As every business man knows, good service County Florida II CARRIER or BASKET
The West Onf'.halt ('ii ot Lot I,
reasonable Three 131 In Block Nineteen 1191. I'.' !
depends
on earnings. That is basic.
City ot West Palm Bt'lch. Florida.accordtng II j Also, \re have One BOYS \\'ESTEHX FLYEHI

To render good telephone service and to file! 1n the office to the ot plat the Clerk thereof ot the on II
bicycle in stock.
Circuit Court In and for Palm
1
continually improve and expand it, reasonable Beach Count Flor1da. recorded tn I.!! .
Pat: Book t page 2
telephone earnings are essential. and for the further purpose ot obtainIn i ii In general stock, we now have fire and six foot step
ot the will ot Jon.
a construction '
athan Rufus Colllnr deceasrQ and determtntng I. :: ladder, Electric Hot Pad,, Universal Type Floor
Our public duty demands that we report the rljht. of the PlalnU1t ,
and the Defendants to certain persona Mats, Hand Saws, 22 Caliber Repeating Rifle3.II .
these facts to you. property left by the laid decedent
YOU AND EACH OP YOU ARE Ft'RTHER I
NOTIFIED AND REQUIRED to. I ASK rs FIRST-\\'E MIGHT EAVE IT.
file an appearance 1n the laId suit on I
or before October 4. 1946. In default ofahlch
a decree pro eonfe so may bt tn- I
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY tried aralnst you I -0-
w rTNESs my hand and the seal ot II
IHCOIPOUUD said Court at \\'M Palm Stach. Flo1ja. I I.I I

this 20th day ot J "urJSt.'U.x ot the ARNETTECerk 1946 above Court ICtreut j'I' I.J J Western Auto Associate Store

CO'.. Seal I IBT i
NO .USlNESS CAN CM ADEQUATE SEIVIC WITHOUT ADEQUATE EARNING! R. B Ct'rk.Mckee.Deauty 1 I. 3f. LAIR, Owner AHOKEE, FLA.
I
J. LEO CHAPMAN.lldtor for Palnt1tt. I I I

Pub A :g 30. Sept I. U. 20, 1346



September 13, 1946 The Everglades News Canal Point norida pad "va

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Orange Bowl Queen I photogenic testant. Then qualities the girl of will the be con.In. HOME I IWAR PALM BEACH COUNTY FLORIDA NOTICE September 6th. 1946.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIYEN that pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 18296.
terviewed and scored the basis
on Laws of Flortda. Acu of 1937. known the
as MURPHY ACT, and in pursuance of
Wanted? Are You I of her personality, poise, voice, From The Chapter 20658. Laws of Flortda. Acts of 1941. known IS the EYEROUDF.5
personal character aniI DRAINAGE DISTRICT ACT, the following described land sItuated In Everglades
appearance
Drainage District in Palm Beach County, Florida, will be offered for sale at
I background. public outcry for the highest and best cash bId, subject to the rights of the
Really Photogenic ? itps.he shrdlu shrdlu hrdlu rdluu Trustees of the Internal improvement Fund and of the Board of Commissioners
Of Everglades DraInage District to reject any and all bids at the Courthouse
I'I The committee will not accept Warrant Officer Roy Kautz, On beginnIng at 10:00: O'Clock A. M. (EST) on the 11th day of October 19046.5
II I tinted or colored photographs. 1fI to all lands outside the corporate limits of any municipality IS of this date,
of Mr and Mrs. John Katuz ot title to one half of all petroleum and three fourths of other mineral will be
MIAMI, Sept. 13.-WANTED: I the requirements are not met by reserved by Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund; if lands are within said
I I Canal Point, has arrived home on corporate limits as of this date the .
Florida's most photogenic young the contestant, she will be disqual reservation applies but privilege to explore
terminal leave after 3t months in mine and develop will be conducted on and under land only with the
ified. The photographs will not consent of the surface
lady to be the 1947 Orange Bowl the service O'A'tler
Queen. be returned this year.A including overseas duty Easement for road right of way 200 feet wide will be reserved by saId Trua-
invitation haas been in the Pacific area for the past two tees from any parcel through whIch there 1s an existing State road; and easement .
special
There are three requirements: )'ears. Hisife, Mrs. Izetta for drainage and reclamation and for road purposes "m be reserved by
sent to Florida coeds attending he Board of CommissIoners of Everglades Drainage D1stnct. Fifty percent
((1) unmarrid; (2) between the j I i Florida State College for Women. Kautz, went to West Palm Beach (50t; ) of all oil gas and mineral rights will be reserved by the Board of Com
ages of 18 and 25, and ((3) a resident !i of MIami last weekend to meet him. missioners of Everglades DraInage DlStnct.
Stetson, Rollins University
of Florida as of last January : served PT DESCRIPTION Sec. Tvt'P. Rle. \:.
boat
Roy on a in the
Southern and Tampa to sub. Lots 6 & '7, Block 1. Bunker Hill
1. Pacific and was among the first Addition No. 2 to West Palm
Girls from all over the State of mit photographs.BUSL Americans to land in the Tokyo Beach IS in PB 10 P 12 _____._.._ 4 U 43
. .
Lot 16. Block 1. Bunker Hill
Florida are extended the invitation area after the surrender of Japan Addition No. 2 to West Palm

to send in pictures to the Orange tSS WOL'S CIRCLE He returns home with a medal of Beach u in PB 10 P 12 ..___......._ 4 U' 43

Bowl Committee 920 Ingraham The Business Woman's Circle of commendation for action beyond BOARD OF COmnSSIOSERS OP EVEROLADEDRAGNAOE

Building, Miami 32. Florida by i the First Baptist Church of Paho- the call of duty the good conduct TRUSTEES OF THE INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT .

October tsl kee, met in its initial session of medal and the Philippines Liberation FUND OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
J. Alex Arnette Agent for Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund and for
"Our 1947 Orange Bowl Quee1 the new church year, Tuesday medal. He also has a battle Board or Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District Palm Beach COunty,
may be a college student, a student night, at the home of Mrs. H. star for the Luzon campaign anti Florida.
Publish: September 6th, 13th'" 20th, 19-16.
nurse, a model a bookkeeper, Unwin. Mrs. H. Barnes was in one for the Okinawa campaign.

a secretary, an air line hostess, or charge ot the program "Neighbor . .
a telephone operator". say Ernest America." The business phase of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL LAND
NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN that, pursuant to Section 15 m. Cliapter20658Laws
P.\1I0KEE BAPTIST CIICROII
E. Seiler business manager of the the meeting was conducted by the of Flor1c1,. Acts of 19041, and Section 61. Chapter 1411'7, Lan of
Orange Bowl Committee. "But she president Mrs. O. Gilbert. Florida Acts of 1931, IS amended by Section 11, Chapter 20655. Laws of Ftortda.
A of music quartet arrangement Acts Of 19U, the fOllowIng described land in Palm Beach County, Florida to-.tt:
must be a sunklssed miss whose Refreshments were served to the program

regal beauty Is representative ot following, Mesdames 3f. Un\\n. will be the order of the Lot 13. Block DESCRIPTION 6. Vecado as in PB Sec. Twp. Re. Ac

Florida's unmatched n a t u r a I !I Dick Richardson T. E. Baldwin day, both services, at the First 11P21 .-----_________....____..._... 33 43 43

scenery:' I I J. H. Wilkinson H. Unwin O. Gil. Baptist Church of Pahokee, this Lots u 49 in do PB A.oI'7 .P Ridgeway 11 & Supple.Beach

Preliminary consideration will he bert, R. Long H. Barnes, W. M. Sunday. At the morning hour the mental Plat by State Survey
Rev. C. A. Moberg, will u in PB 14 P 60 nn___________... 18 U 3'7 .1
from photographs mailed to the DuBose C. L. Shirley Bill Jones, pastor, Lots SO & A-50. Ridgeny Beach
committee. Each contestant must I R. L. Parker, Paul Watson Wiley speak on the subject "To be fore. as in PB '7 P 11 & Supplemental .
submit three (3) 8x10 !Tillis Dave R. Grimes C. warned is to be forearmed." The Plat by State Survey
glossy Young ,
as in PB 14 P 60 _hhU.____.._.. 111 42 3'7 .8
prints. One print Is to be a head j,A. Moberg W. V. Un\\n. C. R. "Illuminated Cross Meditation"will Part of Sec. as in DB 662 P 4101_...... 34 41 37 10

portrait, the second a full lengt i Wroten W. Kemp, C. B. Starling be presented at the night service Lot Addition 16. Block to 1.Pahokee Victor L.as GeIger in PB .

in a bathing suit and the third arid J. C. Mock. The next meeting with augmentation by the 18 P '73. being a SuMiv. of

picture in an evening dress, street will be conducted in Fellowship I orchestra and choir. The sermon Tracts 30 & 31 ..______._uu........ 111 42 3'7 .15
Eli of Wl.8 OF NEy OF NWI.___..__ 6 44 35 25
or sports clothes.Contestants Hall at which time the officers title will be "The Rod and the E3.4 of E's OF NE<. OF NWr4....___. 6 H 36 75
are asked to put will be installed. Rock." This is to extend to all El.8 of Wli OF NE'. OF NW'4._...... 6 44 36 2.5
WI2 OF E'4 of WI2 OF NEI4 OF
their names addresses. and ages ---4 unaffiliated Baptists of this area a NW's .u..._._...______...___........ 6 4t 36 2.5
on each photograph. They are also Mr. and rrs. R. J. Schroder and most cordial invitation to place I WIZ of Ell of WI2 OF NE'. OF
NW'4 _ ____. __.__ ___..._ 6 44 3S 5Wl2
-- -- -- -- ----
requested to submit their measurements son Bobby, returned home last their membership in the local or E'z OF NE'. OF NW'4 _u_.._ Ci U :lei 10
and other information weekend from a two week's vacation -I church and continue their program I WIz of Wl.8 OF NE'. OF NtiV'..______. 6 .n 36 2.5
: and Eli of WI4 OF N&4 OF NW<. n.__... 6 44 36 ::5
with each picture. I spent in Chattanooga, Tenn.. of activity so beautifully enthusiastically WIz OF E'. of Lot 2 State

From the photographs the com New Orleans, La.. and other points started in the church Survey m.mmmnm_____.._... 6 44 36 5
'I of their Christian Tracts 93 & 99. Block '71. Palm
mittee will be able to judge the In the Southern States. beginning
Beach Farms Company Plat
I No.3 __nun.___________...__ 10
Tracts 126 a 121. Block 11. Palm
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Beach Farms Company Plat
No. 3 uunu....__...___.__..._ 10
- EI:+ OF WI2 of Lot 2. State
Survey u__________.___-_____..____ 6 U 36 .5

LoU 11 & 12. Block 2. Bunker
Hill Addition to West Palm
Brach as In PB 10 P 8 __........._. 4 U 41
Lots 11 & 12. Block 1. Bunker
Toyou- Hill Addition to West Palm
Beach as in PB 10 P 8 .____....._.. 4 U 4J
Tract 105. Block 59. Palm Beach
Farms Company Plat No. 3...._.... ::5
: Tract 90. Block 78. Palm Beach
Farms Company Plat No. 3.____.__ 5
Tract 91. Block 78. Palm Beach
THE MOST IMPORTANT CAR ;' Farms Company Plat No. 3-____.._ ::5
Tract 92, Block 78. Palm Beach
Farms Company Plat No. 3.__....... 5
':tI'1" Tracts 103 3 10l Block 78. Palm
I Beach Farms Company Plat
. y NO.3 _P P____..._______......__... 10
S 50' of N 893' of E 105' of W
IN THE WORLD
;t .. 405' & S 40' of N 7013' of Ii 105'
.. of W 510'. Replat of Madrid
t.1 Park as in PB 20 P 20 BeIng
-.f. .' NWi OF NW'4 ____________....._ 29 43 41 .22
"" Tract 53. Block 5. Palm Beach
1 Farms Company Plat No.3 __........ 13

;.: IS the car you' re driving now :i Tract Farms 43.Company Block 12.Plat Palm No.Beach 3 _......._ 10
Tract 6'7. Block 80. Palm Beach
Farms Company Plat No. 3 _______ S
Lots 59 & 60. Block 31, West
Gate Estates (Northern Sec.
tIon) as in PB a P 38 .__..._.......__ 30 43 43 .It
Tract 13, Block 11. Palm Beach
Farms Company Plat No. 3 _.______ 1')
will be offered for sale at public outcry for the highest and best cash bid lub.J .
t to the right of the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District
it to reject any and all bids at the Courthouse, beginning at 10.00 O'Clock A It
In condition to
Keep
top serve your pres.ntdriving (EST) on the 11th day of October, 1946. Easement for drainage and reclamation
need, and help to allure yourself 0' a and road purpoo.f'S' will be reMrved. Fifty percent (SO't) of all oil IU and(
mineral rights wlll also be ftsened.
higher trad..ln value later, by having it serviced Board of Commissioners ot Everglade
Drainage Dautc
by us ngularly By J. Alex Amftte, U Agent for laid .>&rd.
Publish: September 8th. 13th ck 20th. 1946.
Our skilled mechanics we ladory..nglnHrtd

tool, and replace with genuine Chevrolet parts

1 when replacements art necessary, and our many PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERSProtect

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Until you can get delivery of a new car, keep

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AND IMPORTANT PAPERS WITII ONE

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If it'l Big.Car quality you want-and at low. ;

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4 Chevrolet is the only low.priced car combining with combination lock Weighs 75 lb3.

i\ the Big.Car quality features of Body by
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Fisher, valve.in-head engine, Kn.e-Adion gliding -

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vice . 28-in high, single door weighs 3001b1.
With the current production schedules,

Chevrolet gives you a wide range of models Large Size SAFE, Price .......... $1 21.31

from which to choose-a body type to suit yourS O Bur.rl3r} re.ockin! device. one hour fire protection,

'\ S personal transportation preference. l! jingle door 24.in high weighs 33S Ibi.

1 While you may still have to wait for delivery, I
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you'li agree that never has Chevrolet built a

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rest Palm Heath, ria.Friday .


Pahokee, Florida



Si.t The Everglades News, Canal roitt, Florida! Friday, September 13, 1946

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a s Woman's Club Has I CHILLS & FEVER


First Fall Meeting : DUE RELIEVED TO MALARIA


I 666u
: lr rer The Pahokee Woman's Club held BY---

its first meeting of the fall season I C.AC4' rf1 erlr a d.'R rd
in the clubhouse :
Tuesday night __ _ -- __ _
with the new president, Mrs. Leon I

Spooner, presiding at the bUSiness.
,
The club voted to drop from its

membership roll all members !
Low Bed20.Ton
whose dues were not paid up to
u date by Oct. 1.
hrtT vv i <
i6.1 New chairman of standing cornj j;I

mittees were named by 1Irs TRAILER.A

Spooner as follows: Mrs. D. W

r rM Cunningham, legislation; Mrs Ora
W. Powell, publicity; Mrs J, F.

Cotson, international relations;

Mrs. Minnie L. Hughes, American

war veterans; 1Irs. J. R. York, for Moving
education; Mrs. Joe Kahn citizenship .

Among prominent new faculty the Departments of Mining Engineering Real Estate, economist and research and youth: Mrs, Jack Phillips,
members at the University of Flor- and Ceramic Engineering, statistician, former business administration public welfare: Mrs \'. L. Geiger, Heavy Tractors

ida this fall are the ten shown North Carolina State, during the head at Southwestern .conservation; Mrs. Frank 03teen,
above, representing seven of the war was chief Metals and MIner- Louisiana Institute: Dr, Henry fine arts; Mrs. H J. Clause, mo- and Draglines
University's eight colleges. The new als Division OPRD, War Production Reitz, College of Arts and Sciences, tion pictures; Irs. J. A Dulany,
left to Board and Dr D. L. Scudder College recently head of research at Wes-
staff members are top row, : health; Mrs. W. H. Jones, public
right, Dr. R. L. Johns, College of of Arts and Sciences, Depart- tern Regional Research Laboratory I
Education, formerly with the state meat of Religion, former professor at Berkley, California: Dr. Murray i safety; Mrs. J. M. Elliott, American Hourly or By the Jobs
department of education In Alabama -. of ethica and religion In Connecticut Shields, College of Business Administration homes; Mrs Horace Un\\in, I
: Dr. William Ruff, University former head of the Busi- Bible and Mrs. R. F. Hurt, house.
College, for 11 years a member of Bottom row, left to right, Dr. ness Administration Department at It was announced that the legi-
the English Department at Yale: Robert P. DavIdson, University Col-: the University of Alaska for 12 years: slation and publicity committees ED LANDERS
Dr Robert C. Brown College of lege, a Rhodes Scholar and former i and Herman Schnell, College of will have charge of the club's Sep
Law, author and specialist In the professor of mathematics, Greek, Physical Education, Health and tember meeting: interna.
practice of taxation law; Dr. A. F. Bibical literature and philosophy; Athletics, former instructor at Col- program Belle Glade
Orea\'ea-Walker, College of Engineering Dr. Karl .shburn, College of Business umbia University and University ofI tional relations and American was

former professor and head cf I AdministraU n, Department of.I N3rlh Carolina, veterans committees, October pro. Phone 85
gram: education and citizenshipcommittees .
'A A
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---------------------------------1. November program: i ii
Florida Spud Crop their seion in Jacksonville last I I I :i public welfare and conservation i
i
'hursday Purpose of this action, I Cinematic Chatter December
I committees, program:
Expected To Increase which was sponsored by the Taylor - - -
I By Malcolm Millar fine arts and motion pictures committees
County Chamber of Commerce,
i31 January program: health
Florida potato growers will be to provide safe breeding grounas and public safety committees, Feb-

interested to know that the 19t1 for fish and_wildlife_ 'I. If you want to see a good pict- ruary program; American homes i D gJI
potato crop goal has been set at -- ure on this corning week drop into and Bible committee, larch program -

313 million bushels, according to Negro Child Killed : the Prince Thatre on Thursday or I I and the house committee,

information received from the I Friday, September 19 or 20, and I annual installation of new officers I
USDA by the Florida Farm B'Ileau In Unique Accident 'sit you down to a good laugh when :: in April [PROSPERITY AIAICSfRIENO

The goal i.i 72 million they unreel "Janie Gets 3.Iarried". :I .
$.,.AOVfRSlYTRIf'S
bushels below that of 19t6. Produc- Shirley Jean Barnes, five.'ear- with Joan Leslie and Robert hutton -'
IVTW'Group I
tion is based no a national acreage old negro child, wag accidently I in the principal roles, and Edward } THFMl

goal of 2,631,000 of which 238,000 shot and killed by her playmate! I Arnold, Ann HJrding, Robert I Meet On Tuesday
acres are for the early commercial Benchley, Hattie 3.IcDaniel,
I
Roberta Teasley (colored -
crop. In 1946 the early commer- ten.year.old Eddie "Rochester" Anderson Ann The Pahokee Post, Veterans of
at the Canal Point Migratory. ,
cial potato crop was 384,000 acre ) Gillis and Dick Erdman enacting Foreign Wars, will meet in the city
out of a total 2,786,000 acres I Labor Camp around 6:45 p, m. essential characterization:. hall on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 8 p.

planted for the naUon. Florida's I I Wednesday evening The child Here is a well written story, m A name for the post, colors for
arrival at the Everglades -
acreage goal will be announced in died upon with a grand plot, loaded with suspensfuJ the post and the organization of
this news letter sometime in Memorial Hospital. moments and tender af- VFW auxiliary will be among the
The two children had just re-
October fection . not forgetting the hil- subjects brought up for discussion
Mexican cattle face U. s. turned to their home at the camp
rigid arious moments brought about at this important meeting.
Import restrictions now, but if 1 from a car ride with Ethel through the usual conflict, misun- The latest current material for
present joint veterinary survey ,e- Barnes, Shirley Jean's mother, and derstanding and Jealou.sy veterans interested in taking civil I

suIts in finding no hoof.and.moutn were asked to return to the car This one tells the tale of ::1 service examination for various'

disease in Mexican herds, then U. in search of some missing rent re- youngish married couple and the I jobs of engineering will be distributed -I

S. will lift the barrier, the Florida ceipts. Under the front seat they I problems they have to face, and at this meeting also.
discovered the barrel of an old .
Farm Bureau has been informed. the trifling heartaches they en-
Herds in Mexico to which Brazilian shotgun with stock missing and counter during that first )'ear, TO SEE TIlE SIGHTSORLANDOFloridians

Zebu bulls have been recently add. trigger broken. While examining For In this story it is brought planning And adequate insurance

fd will be carefully checked to determine the gun the Tt"asley child pulled out that young brides ,do seek motives to attend the annual convention of

If the import from Brazil, back and released the hammer, for moments of irritation the American Farm Bureau Fede- has everted adversity for '
numbering several hundred, have I firing the gun with the pellets entering ration in San Francisco in Decem-
or . let me put it this way .
infected Mexican cattle. Officials j her companion's abdomen. Young brides do seek for a means ber will have the opportunity .)f many a far-sighted person.
of USDA have advised the Florida I Called to the scene by Deputy ,
.
I to place said "hubby" behind the spending a full day in Los Angeles
Sheriff Frank O'ConneU, Conner
Farm Bureau that considerable proverbial "eight ball" . "just to and to visit the homes of famous I
1 W. J. Larrimore the death !I I I
danger to the U. S, livestock industry I judged see if he loves me. movie stars, studios and other I I
exists in the situation in I caused by accidental shooting, O. R. BLEECHINSCRANCti
I At any rate this little bride gets I placaes of interest, it was announced i
view of the fact tha tthis country .. !
---- I a suspicion that all is not well in I by the state headquarter \1I0KEE
normally imports about half a mU- YOUNG IJtOPU MEET her "baliwick" . In fact she gets of the Florida Farm Bureau this
lion Mexican cattle A U,
annually
I A council meeting of the Methodist I an idea back In her pretty little I week !
S. border quarantine halting im-
young people's department head that her hubby Is being "apA, .'
portation of Mexican cattle to thiscountry -- -- ---- ------ -- ---- -
was held in the social hall of the proached" by another woman, and ,
was June 5.
imposed Pahokee Methodist Church Tues- that she, the wife stands a very : 1
.
.
---- day night. Miss Laurie Rogers Wa good chance to lose hubby to this

Huge Game Refuge nominated worship chairman of the young siren
group and Miss Helen Howes PUD- I Of course this brings on the con-
Created In Taylor Co. licit)' chairman.I flict and the complications I spoke MOTORISTS

I Plans were made for members of awhile ago . It also brings In
PERRY -- Action of the Fresh of the department who attended some moments of deep laughter

Water Fish and Game Commission the r e c e n t Methodist Young from ye audience . when this lit'
I
in creating a 21,000 acre fish and I Pople-'s As.'emblit3 in Lakeland to tie bride goes about the business ATTENTION!

game refuge recently in Taylor I present a special program relating of exterminating the "husband

County will give sanctuary to 3 to YPA activities at the evening seeking" termitt.

greater variety of game than could church service Sunda)', Sept. 15 At any rate, after It has gone on
.
.
be' found in any like area of FlorIda -I far enough to milk aU the laughs

in the opinion of Henry ; Government Will possible from the gazers it irons
Howell game warden. itself out and the little bride

The tract has numerous bodies Take More Juice finds she has nothing to worry There is a stiff fine for driving more than 15
of water, and 15 largely forest and about. Cute, isn't It'

pasture land.Situated : LA K E LAN D -- Government On the same program b a March miles per hour through school zones in Pahokte.I .
JUt west of U. S. Highway purcha.ing of canned citrus juice, of Time that I must recommend to

19, a few miles northwest of : virtually discontinued at the end of everyone u one of the best subject -

Perry on the Econtina River, the the war, hu been resumed, It wu this company has yet sent 1a. Please observe the traffic signals and laws and I
refuge is about midway between learned here this \\'t't'kith the This one is "Atom Power" and

the unchartertd San Pedro Sty Army Quartermaster Corps rev tells the tory ot the Atom Bomb help make Pahokee safe for the ungsterg. We :

region and the Gulf. Game Waratn questing bids from canners to supply from its very beginning, taking
llowell who hu an Intimate the equivalent of more thanSOOOOO us through all of the experiments seek your co-operation but in case this is not forth-

knowledge of Taylor County \\i1d. standard cases of juice and and the trials up to the dropping
coming it will be to make arrest to
life gained in years of experience of grapefruit sections from the of the bomb that spelled the end necessary

in the woods of this art, says that i past l'uonts park. cf the war. For down right hair- protttt the children This we will do.
the new refuge contains numerous The purchases coming at a time I raising, interest I am lUre you'lI ,
dttr. when an effort It toting made toIfan I find nothing to equal to A tom

Among other game In the area up the 1915.18 pack before I Pov-'u

may be found wild turkeys. oppol- the new pack is begun should be I See you at the mo\.In-1a1. ; -T. C. RICHARDSON Mayor
sums ratooN1S, foxes, bean equirrets I'frY helpful" tUna men Aid. The . ,

quail does. bucks alligators Florida Citrus Commission b .pan- Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Fruure, Sr.
City or Pahokee
skunks, mink bobcats and panth- coring a Iptclal radio promotion left Wednesday on a three .ttU'

era. at'tbis time on grapefruit juice ml.a vacation to spent aiht rtlattTt' 1I ,
The <'nmm1!, ton treated the ft- effort to prevent any sizeable and friends 11 Te1u. Tennessee

tuff for an indefinite period at carry-o\'fr into nut Muon. and Ark1..u. 'fPage



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Friday, September 13, 1946 The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida r je Seven
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C. F. lcQuaig, Sr l\lrs. Osburn Belyeu BP'V Club Was Held I '- ,

Hurt In Accident I Honored With Party Thursday Evening ; Trees Vines Shrubs Citrus I I

1f3. I A call meeting of the Everglades
Jensen Mrs.
Charles F. Mcquaig, Sr., man- I Axel Dorsey I of all sizes and varieties for
and Professional Wom-
Business :
ager of the B&B meat market, iJ Pugh and Irs. E. M. Schultz Sr. :
entertained at the Woman's Club an's Club standing committees was your Selection. :
in an Orlando hospital recuperating
received building last week with a bride's held Thursday evening at the home
from serious injuries
accident party and miscellaneous shower in of Miss Clark Hull for the purpose LANDSCAPINGI
in a recent highway near I
compliment to Mrs. Osburn Belyeuwho of planning club work for the coming -
Orlando.Mr.. Mc@uaig and his son before her recent marriage year.It as you like it. \\'e are organized and equipped to doa

Charles F. McQuaig, Jr., were riding was Miss Gloria Humphries. I was announced that the club' thorough job from plans to completion of planting.As .
home The clubhouse was decorated I first regular social meeting of the
a motorcycle en route
with palms, fern and zinnias for I fall season would be held on Sept. ,
from a vacatIon spent with rela- always you are
17 at the home of Mrs. Cleo Douthit ,
the affair. Bouquets of sweetheart
tives in Monteverde, Fla., when
roses and fern were on the serving membership chairman. A board welcome at our i i
the
hit
entering
they were by a car :
highway from a side road. table which had a9 a centerpiece a meeting at the home of the president i
Mr. lcQuaig, Sr., received a three-tiered wedding cake topped Mrs. W. M. DuBose, was also j SCRSERlES: 1100 Southern Boulevard (Route No. 25 at i

double fracture of a leg both above with a miniature bride and groom. I announced. The group made plans City Limits), West Palm Beach, Florida : i iI t
for observing annual B&PWC I I
The of entertainment
and below the knee as well as cuts program
and bruises and will have to re- was under the direction of Mrs. week, Oct. 1319.--. ISLAND LANDSCAPE CO. i j
for several H. C. Graham. Mrs. P. P. deMoya .
main in the hospital
played the piano for group singing. MEN'S BIBLE CLASS i iI
weeks. His son's leg was also I t
fractured but the younger McQuaig's Contest prizes were won by Miss All members and friends of the
Irene Shackford, Mrs Ellsworth Pahokee's Men's Bible Class are
less :
injuries were severe
and he has been dismissed from Keen and Mrs. N. D. E\'ans. respectfully requested to be present -\-
Miss Leah Keen and Miss Irene this Sunday to hear ,the report
the hospital.
.. Shackford assisted the bride in the of the nominating committee on
display of many lovely gifts. The officers of the committee. Rev.C. Whatever Your Plumbing Needs
Plans Call ForFellowship hostesses were assisted by Miss A. oberg, teacher will present -

Group Betty Jane Jensen and Miss Eloise the lesson "Thou Shalt NotCovet" Phone .
J. Lee Taylor 550
both from the negative
Humphries in the serving of re- D
Men of the Pahokee Methodist freshments, which included a salad and positive vie.'Point. The class PAHOKEE
Church are planning a supper to cour.se, cake and coffee, to approx- quartet will sing. Lawrence Jau-
be held on the evening of Thursday imately 40 guests, attending. don will preside. A most cordial
Sept. 19, for the purpose of -. invitation is extended to all un- Installations & Repairs ijre

organizing a Methodist men's fel- Blanton Haskin has returned to affiliated men and visitors to at-
tend. The meets in Fellowship \ install the kind of sanitary systems that pro.L3 .
lowship group. All men connecte Dudley, Ga., after a visit here with group
with the church are urged to at- hL3 uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hall on Bacom Point Road at teet your health and give man)' years of trouble-
tend. O. O. Gilbert. 9:4: ; a. m. I free service, using only the best of materials and
fixtures. a
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Page Eight The Everglades seas, Canal Point, Florida Friday September 13. 1946
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---- and Mrs Lynn Elarbee, of Fort action of the Commission in select- Pahokee Purchases i I' circulation -a-; ; City -Library:

-or Lauderdale and Mrs. B)7d's brother.in.law ing these committees to make an!ii' during the last month, according
and sister, 1fr. and Irs. Billing Machine
investigation and recommendation I to a report presented to tha council -
T. J. Swearingen, of Gaine.sville .
'I1fr. and her two nieces, Miss Bertha! to them and then ignore the findings -! A brand new Remington book- i by Mrs. W. J. Larrimore, li-
Bloodworth of Tallahassee and completely. One thing is keeping machine for the city brarian.
certain and that is that when all 'clerk's office I
was purchased for
Preceding the
and 1frs. O. O. Gilbert had Mrs. Aubrey Morrau of Miami. meeting members
as recent guests Tom O'Conner, Miss Hazel Fore and Harry Fore scientific experts who hive studied 1981.80 by the Pahokee City lof the council and other city officials -
student at Albany College, and his of Mobile Ala, are guest this the question say that commercial 'Council i at the regular meeting in were guests at a chicken
fishing is not harmful to the sport .the city hall Tuesday night. The I dinner
brother, James O'Conner, tudent; week of Mr. and Mrs, Sam Hum- given by the Volunteer
at Duke University. phries in Pahokee.B. fishermen some other motive be- bid presented by the Glades Office Firemen's Association. Fire Chief
sides conservation must be involved ., Supply Company of Belle Glade Marvin Levins and
Lillian Kimball will enroll as a S. Waring will arrive Monday Sam McKin-
in th decision they reached was accepted by the council. I stry, Jr., in
student at Monteverde School, evening from Nocatee to spend tb were charge of arrangements -
-okeechobee News. I A total of 511 books were in for
I the dinner
Monteverde, F1a., on Monday of week here on business. I
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next week.Mr Wiley Tillis, G. Gillis and Harry - III
and Mrs. R. W. Cowart has' Sheppard fished Tuesday and
returned home from a two week Wednesday at Salerno.
visit in Lantana with their son, J. 1frs. Wiley Tilts, Mrs. H. 1 L.
R. Cowart, and daughter, Mrs. J, J, Jaudon and son, Roger, returned
McCarley, and families. ) Saturday from a visit with relatives -
i Mr and Mrs. LoiI Crosby and In Tampa. Glades Mercantile
1'en, West Palm Beach, pent Rev. R. D. Sweatt is \'isiting
the weekend in Pahokee with her relatives in Charlotte, N. C., thll

parents, Mr and Mrs.. J. P. HerriDg. week. .
Mr and Irs. W. H. Rogerso'1 AHOKEE, FLORIDA
Mrs. D. W. Belyeu and Mr and son, Billy, returned to their
Hazel Belye\1 have returned to Miami home in Sarasota Sunday after a Offers New Furniture Ideas
after a visit with relatives i in week's visit with Mrs. Rogerso:1',
Pahokee. parents, Mr and Mrs. Gray Sam -

Mrs Elmer Jones and infant ers. Come In and See This
Today Merchandise
daughter, Verlon Elizabeth, returned Mrs. Orson Fussell ofAxso:1,
to their home in Pahokee Ca, is visiting her parent M r.
last weekend from St. Iary's Hospital : and Mrs Gary Sanders in Pahokee.Ir. EIGHT PIECE LIMED OAK
West Palm Beach. and Mrs. G. Lawton Simes
Sylvia Jones, daughter of 1fr. and family are home after tw,)
and Mrs. Elmer Jones, is enrollinas weeks spent in Georgia \\ith vF 4 Dining Room
a student at Rosarian Acadcm)', friends and relatives.
West Palm Beach. Don Kepp is to be back at Sam
Mr and Mrs Jesse Walton had Chastain's office in Canal Point
as a guest the past week their this season after having been away L ; t : D f Suite
Uncle
of attending to business for
granddaughter:: Miss Jean Egger
.
West Palm Beach. Sam for the past 26 months. MI'. L ( '' _
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wrenn and and Mrs. Kepp at present are looking -
daughter of Lakeland and Sir: for a place to Jive in Canal .
Vesta Wilds of Georgetown, S. C., Point or Pabokee
visited their cousins, Mr, and Air: .-- IMILp929.5O
B. W, Wood in Pahokee Sunda} .

weekend Edwin from Ricfl a returned three weeks home vacation las- Game Board Close; le Have Many Attractive Styles

N. C.spent with relatives in Oteer Lake Okeechobee :.,.r From \Vhich To Make Selection

Mr and Mrs. H. M McIntosh
and children, Annette and Kenneth, Commercial Men I
To
returned this week from a vacation : For Early Friday Morning Shoppers
relative in Kentucky
pent with
and Panama City. At the meeting of the State 2 MIXMASTERS I 2 T 0 A S T E R S

Mr and Mrs. Jake Walton and Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission First Come-Fir Served I Two slice, pop up style 515.05
children of Oralndo spent the held at the Roose\'elt
weekend in Pahokee visiting his Hotel in Jacksonville last Thursday -
parents, Mr, and Mrs Jesse Wal- the Commission voted unanimously -

ton.Mr. to stand by their decision All Wool Mohawk Rugs $29.50 to $98.50 .
and Mrs. Paul Sasser wer of a year ago and to go ahead and
6x9 1-219 9x12
business visitors in Jacksonville close Lake Okeechobee to commercial .
over the weekend. They were accompanied fishing on October fir t. The I i

as far 8.9 Wauchula by same ruling applies to Lake George Aluminum Sets .....1........................ $16.86 ? I
:Mrs. Sasser's father, J. C. Phillips, in the upper part of the state and '
Four Piece aluminum sets of 16 aluminum ; r
who visited his family there. it will also be closed on that date gauge ,
Edwin Rice, accompanied by At a meeting of the Commission priced in easy reach of everyone "y_..
Mrs. Lydon Bell of Lake North heJd at Jacksonville, in July they .
on Tuesday of this week took his decided to appoint a five man committee -
Mrs. Fountain, to Pressure Cookers .......................... $12.95A
sister, Myers composed of two commercial "
Tampa where Mrs. Fountain was fishermen and two sport fish" few Presto Pressure Cookers will be available this "

admitted to the Tampa Municipal ermen and one scientific expert for week end. They are four quart sizes, better get yours "_ .
Hospital for medical treatment. Lake Okeechobee and also one for
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Watson and Lake George. They were to make
daughter:: Mayo, have moved from a study of the situation and report Electronic Blanket ........................ $41.75 KNEE HOLE DESKS
Cairo, Ga., into an apartment in back to the Commission at tz e Simmons electronic blanket, nationlll advertised 517.50 $42.50 $74.50
the new Triangle building at the meeting in Jacksonville last ThurIda
and now stocked at Glades Mercantile in Pahokee
south end of Canal Point. Mr }' and the Commission would be
Watson will operate a filling station guided by the findings of these twcommittees.

on the ground floor next to I I Sofa Beds ........................................ 569.50 BED ROOM SUITES
Jack Phillip9' Triangle Restaurant I I1fr. The Lake Okeechobfoe Committee $79.50 and Up
and Irs. C. P. Chastain have I met at the Southland Hotel here on110nday I

returned to Atlanta Ga., after August 26 with all members Admiral Radios .............................. $.19.50f
spending the past week here visiting of the committee present ani yOU are interested in a batter set for Hurricane OUR I'AYMENT PLAN IS
his brother, Jack Chastain, and in which
after an all day meeting
Feather that choose today. USED BY HUNDREDS
and fam'tiles. we suggest you yours
sister, Mrs, E. L. Pope, witnesses were heard as regard:
the fishing on the Lake the five
Mr. and 1lrs. John D. Rogers had man committee composed of Reyesentative avillg
as guests Sunday her brother-In' W. J. Hendry of Okeehobee Li Room Suites
Jaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl and A. A. Beck of Moore
Ilarvey and their children Dora Ha\.tn as the two members rep.'stinting .
thy. Patsy and Charles, of Miami. r( the Commercial Fishers
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ludl'man mt'n. and Jim Ober of Miami and. Two and three piece overstuffed tI ,' ,
t
have returned from a vacation Ernest Lyons of Stuart represent I
fIE'ntith relatives in Silver ir.g the sport fishermen. The fifth styles, handsome and serviceable
Creek, N. Y., and Henderson'i11e.XC. member was Dr. Walton Smith of fthe j

Marine, Laboratory University
W. H,1'ann was a business visitor of liaml.
in I'tL..md over the weekend. The committee voted at the close
lIr. Rodolph Faulk and daughter of C the day four to one to continue ,
Clyne. returned Saturday from rommercial fishing. The one vo:' ,
Mountain City, Tenn, where they in ig to go ahead with the order to 8
spent several days visiting Mr. dose the lake was Mr. Lyons of $98.50
Faulk who is employed there. They Stuart. /bjLi N}
were accompanied home by 1frs. The five man commission appointed -
Becky Starling who has been employed for the Lake George invesFation -
In Mountain City for the ti voted unanimously for tie .
past month. rontinuance of Commercial fi..shtng UP TO *F ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Segree ands which made the vote of th!
\+n. Allen, of Pahokee and Mr. and two committees stand at nine forthe
1Ir5. Lloyd Bass of Chosen spent continuance and one u opepo.
the past week at Jensen Beach .
fishing and tAking It easy.Mr. After the recommendations ofthe $239.50
and 1frs. Lloyd Hundle and two committees at the Jack- _
Io\n. Johnny, and their house son\'ille meeting the Game &:t.iFrtsh
guests lIr. and Mrs. W. J. Hund- Water Fish Commission
Icy and daughter, Jolene, of ellington \'ott4 unanimOUJIy to go ahead f ry
1\1.nS. enjoyed two days of Vo1th their previous decision t') __
fishing It Salerno this week.Mr. .tClp commercial fishing in these _
and Mrs. G. W. Byrd Sr. two llkfl.
had u ruutJ over the weekend Those with whom Yo't have talkt4 -
their eon-tn-law LCd daughter, 1Lr. art unable understand the



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